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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Honestly, I have never seen Brazil listed as first world or developed.
    That's why I said "more or less"...there's many places in Brazil which are very similar to the US or Europe...but also shanty towns, yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    That's why I said "more or less"...there's many places in Brazil which are very similar to the US or Europe...but also shanty towns, yes.
    Even third world countries may have one nice urban area. It's a question of how many and who all is living there. As a whole country, Brazil is lower than the lowest developed nation regarding any conventional desirable figure.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I know what the BRIC is. Actually, none of those countries are typically called developed or first world. Russia is probably the most likely to wind up on developed lists out of that bunch, currently. The fact that they are all supposedly developing is one of the things that makes them a source of intrigue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Even third world countries may have one nice urban area. It's a question of how many and who all is living there. As a whole country, Brazil is lower than the lowest developed nation regarding any conventional desirable figure.
    Lol, that's why I said more or less...and it's not "one" nice urban area, there are many cities which are 70-80 percent "nice", and most of them have more than one "nice" area. Plus, you're being picky but then using concepts such as "conventional desiderable figure", completely arbitrary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    Marry me?
    That was my first thought, too!

    If you tell that to all the ladies, Fluffywolf, they will be all over you.

    travel the world, spend as much time with my friends as possible, learn as MANY AWESOME THINGS as I can
    Same here.

    Also, I want to make positive and tangible differences in the world as often as I can. I want to do helpful things, all the time. Also, finding love would be nice although that isn't really my priority at the moment.

    My current ambition, though? Making THIS CARDIGAN!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    That was my first thought, too!

    If you tell that to all the ladies, Fluffywolf, they will be all over you
    Shucks... Busted...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Occasional cleaning, doing some shopping, spending some time with the kids and in the meantime writing a book or two and playing a game or so.

    Yes, that would be so perfect. That is my ambition! I would trade my career for that instantly!

    What is your ambition?
    To marry you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Litvyak View Post
    This is almost the worst type of life I can imagine for myself, except for some extreme cases (serious illness, poverty etc.). I would most certainly be bored as fuck, but that's not the whole story. It's hard to put it in words. I would feel useless and trapped, and I would escape as soon as possible.
    No judgement intended. If it appeals to you, that's fine... it's kinda like the ideal lifestyle of my INFJ friend.
    But damn.

    Writing down my thoughts (doesn't matter if it's books, essays or whatever) does resonate with me though.
    Agreed. The thought of that lifestyle (for myself) is depressing.

    My ideal lifestyle - traveling the world, manning my retail business back in the states from via Skype, email and occasional conferences, collecting checks from all my inventions I've licensed, and writing my horror/humor screenplay while flying from country to country.
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    I want to join a hippie commune, and be creative all day (i.e. paint, write, sculpt etc.). I wouldn't mind being surround by kids, so long as they did not come from my own loins, but I'd prefer a whole menagerie of animals. I could be really happy, provided every one else wasn't mad or psycho, or alcoholics and there was a veggie patch. I like that whole close knit community living thing (when it's good).
    Currently submerged under an avalanche of books and paper work. I may come back up for air from time to time.
    Real life awaits and she is a demanding mistress.

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    It's funny how that works. I see that life as freedom. I currently am working a lot, running three companies with my brother an pulling a lot of hours at very irregular times. Always available for work 24/8 and this life makes me feel trapped. I cant seem to unleash my inner self. Always putting on a face for customers. Always pushing myself to do what needs to be done for the company. Whilest my personal life is neglected to the point of non existance.

    24/7... Im on my mobile phone and it isnt allowing me to set the cursor at the mistakes from typing on this annoying touchpadthingy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    Agreed. The thought of that lifestyle (for myself) is depressing.

    My ideal lifestyle - traveling the world, manning my retail business back in the states from via Skype, email and occasional conferences, collecting checks from all my inventions I've licensed, and writing my horror/humor screenplay while flying from country to country.
    Where are the girls and the liquor in that plan ?
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